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Phyllis Moen's University of Minnesota Advanced Careers (UMAC) Initiative Gets Its First Fellow

July 24, 2017

Corrie Lapinsky

Corrie Lapinsky
Courtesy of Jean Pieri / Pioneer Press

With 74 million baby boomers in the U.S., University of Minnesota Sociology Professor Phyllis Moen sees a tremendous need for the nation to help them find their way to a satisfying post-career life. The Minnesota Adanced Careers (UMAC) intiative aims to do just that. Described by Moen as "...a combined sort of career planning, self-reflection and renewal as well as a learning experience", the UMAC has just accepted its first fellow: St. Paul lawyer Corrie Lapinsky. Visit Forbes and the Pioneer Press to read more about Ms. Lapinsky and this groundbreaking new program.